Once again a police officer, who should take care of peace and should protect people, was not ashamed to bring a black person to death under his knees.
I am very curious how the evangelists and other Christians shall react to the awful act Donald Trump presented in front of St John’s Church on Monday night, and his reactions against this cruel murder by a police officer.
He manifestly holding the bible high in his right hand whilst he was calling up for people to be with him and the National Guards to fight the people. It looked more like a president calling for a civil war, to have all people against him put away or even killed when necessary. A blasphemous act.
Republicans could have chosen to oppose the words and acts of their favourite president. They should have used their common sense and ethics. Even when they are not Christian we only can hope the Republicans would still have some moral to keep to. (?!?)
The option to use active-duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort and only in the most urgent and dire of situations. I do not think the United States is in such a situation at the moment. Though I do admit the United Nation does seem to have a huge problem with its 45th president, who can be considered as the most dangerous president the U.S.A. had.
It is high time that the citizens in the U.S.A. come to think about the future of their country and about human rights in the places where they want to live.
Once more we can see where the biggest problem is to have a nice surrounding and cosy living place in the U.S.A..
It looks like the expendability of Black lives is not a flaw in the system; it is the
We cannot fail to have the impression that blacks for most white Americans are lesser than mud. We even get the impression that blacks, in that so-called civilized country, are meant to die or, at the very least, they are not meant to be protected, to be respected, to be valued, to be considered fully human. That is how racism works, and it has operated efficiently throughout American history.